Cathy Newman joined Channel 4 News in January 2006. Cathy Newman presents Channel 4 News.
She spent over a decade in Fleet Street, latterly with the Financial Times. Since joining Channel 4 News in 2006 she has broadcast a string of investigations and scoops, including harassment allegations against the Liberal Democrat peer Lord Rennard. She also writes about politics for the Telegraph.
Today the government announced a draft bill aiming to help survivors of domestic abuse.
We sat down with Brexit Minister Robin Walker and asked him how the Prime Minister could say she was respecting the view of MPs by persevering with a deal they voted down so drastically in the Commons.
Cathy Newman spoke to the Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer and began by asking him why Labour was still procrastinating about calling for a second referendum.
Don’t leave us this way: that’s the message from a group of high-profile Germans, including politicians, business leaders and footballers who’ve signed a joint letter urging Britain not to quit the EU, declaring “our door will always be open”. And it turns out there are some rather surprising things they’d miss when we’re no longer…
The Home Office is trying to deport an elderly Iranian couple whose immediate family all have British citizenship and live near them in Edinburgh. Mozaffar Saberi, who’s 83, and his wife Rezvan Habibimarand, who’s 73, fear they’ll never see their family again if they’re forced to return to Iran.
Ella Kissi-Debrah was just nine when she died of severe asthma. Today her mother won the right to a new inquest to try and establish if air pollution contributed to her death.
We speak to two of the commissioners who contributed to Shelter’s cross-party report on social housing, Conservative peer Baroness Warsi and ex-Labour leader Ed Miliband, along with Kimberley Aldridge, a married, working mum.
Preparations for possible border delays in the event of a no-deal Brexit took the form of truckers practising using an airport as a giant car park in Ramsgate, Kent, today.
Politicians might still be on holiday, but politics most definitely isn’t, with plenty of Cabinet ministers trying to grab their share of the headlines amid continuing talk of a challenge to Theresa May, while Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn is refusing to bow to pressure from members to support a second referendum on Brexit. Grace Blakely, from the New…
2019 has already been dubbed the Year of the Vegan, with record numbers of people signing up for plant-based diets this month as part of the campaign known as Veganuary.
We talk to Transport Secretary Chris Grayling about rail fare increases and the numerous other controversies afflicting his department, including the contract he’s signed to ferry supplies to the UK if we leave the EU without a deal, and the drone incident which closed Gatwick Airport before Christmas.
Two people arrested on suspicion of causing huge disruption at Gatwick airport with a drone last week have been released without charge. But in a potential breakthrough in the police investigation, forensic tests are being carried out on a damaged drone recovered nearby.
Irish Senator Neale Richmond, from the ruling Fine Gael party, discusses a no-deal Brexit.
She’s the only female director to win an Oscar, an Emmy and a Golden Globe, with much to say about the lack of equal representation in the film industry. We asked her about the inspiration behind the unconventional mother figure in the film.
We’ve been out with Thames Valley Police in Slough as officers respond to emergency call-outs from women at risk of abuse. And we speak to one woman who tells her story of marital rape.